|The Dick Van Dyke Show #31: Never Name a Duck - Carl Reiner; Sheldon Leonard|
The second season premiere. Rob brings two baby ducks home from work. Upload courtesy of Inventing Situations.
Keywords: The Dick Van Dyke Show; Dick Van Dyke; Carl Reiner; Richard Deacon; Mary Tyler Moore; Ducks
Downloads: 18,941 (4 reviews)
|Dick Van Dyke Show cast commercials|
Three commercials for Kent Cigarettes featuring the cast of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and one later spot for Pepsodent Toothpaste with Mary Tyler Moore.
Keywords: classic tv commercial; Kent Cigarettes; cigarettes; Dick Van Dyke; Mary Tyler Moore; Rose Marie; Morey Amsterdam; Richard Deacon; Pepsodent; toothpaste; TV Show; Sitcom; 1960s; '60s
|''Stage 7'' - The Long Count|
An episode of mid-1950s anthology series "Stage 7", titled "The Long Count". This episode is a crime drama about a detective named McGraw, and stars Frank Lovejoy. Richard Deacon appears in a brief role. Originally broadcast 27 March 1955.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 1955; Stage 7; Anthology; Anthology series; Frank Lovejoy; Joan Vohs; Biff Elliot; Nestor Paiva; Mel Welles; Richard Deacon
Downloads: 368 (1 review)
|Art Monthly Talk Show on Resonance104.4 FM, 11th November 2011 - Art Monthly and Resonance 104.4 FM|
The Made v The Readymade Mark Prince on the resistance of objects In the story of recent sculpture, making has given way to assemblages and installations of known objects that carry narrative overtones â but there are artists who resist this trajectory. If the readymade reduces the object to a transferrable set of signs, how have artists such as Phyllida Barlow, Tony Cragg, Richard Deacon and, more recently, Nairy Baghramian, Michael Dean and Alexander Heim short-circuited this current? 'If art...
Keywords: The Made. The Readymade; Readymade; already made; Mark Prince; Phyllida Barlow; Tony Cragg; Richard Deacon; Nairy Baghramian; Michael Dean; Alexander Heim; recent sculpture; assemblage; assemblages and installations; installation art; known objects; narrative art